That can be a mistake.
The reports were created from items that were extracted from various unpublished genealogical materials from across the United States by various DAR members. These submissions were grouped by state and "published," usually in a volume kept at DAR headquarters and in another volume sent to the appropriate state DAR body. It should be noted that these materials are not limited to the Revolutionary War time period.
Searching these volumes could be time consuming and tedious and difficult before the index was created. Not all of these volumes have been microfilmed by the Family History Library and utilizing them had to be done by physically using the volumes on site.
Some years ago, an index was created to these materials. That index is online and searchable at the DAR website. There is no charge to use the index.
A search of that database for the last name of Rampley resulted in several entries, one of which was particularly interesting: Christiana DeMofs Rampley. The reference had to be to my ancestor, Christianna (DeMoss) Rampley--after all how many people can there be with that name?